Division 20 - GEOTHERMAL REGULATIONS

  1. § 632-020-0005 - Jurisdiction and Authority
  2. § 632-020-0010 - Definitions
  3. § 632-020-0015 - Inspection and Supervision
  4. § 632-020-0020 - General Rules
  5. § 632-020-0025 - Supremacy of Special Rules
  6. § 632-020-0028 - Permit Required
  7. § 632-020-0030 - Application for Geothermal or Prospect Well
  8. § 632-020-0031 - Annual Permit Fees
  9. § 632-020-0032 - Permit Conditions
  10. § 632-020-0035 - Drilling Financial Security
  11. § 632-020-0040 - Assignment, Transfers of Ownership
  12. § 632-020-0060 - Filing of Well Records, Confidentiality
  13. § 632-020-0065 - Applications to Modify
  14. § 632-020-0070 - Well Designations
  15. § 632-020-0090 - Noise Abatement
  16. § 632-020-0095 - Casing Requirements
  17. § 632-020-0100 - Removal of Casings
  18. § 632-020-0105 - Directional Drilling
  19. § 632-020-0110 - Serving Orders
  20. § 632-020-0115 - Measurement of Geothermal Resources
  21. § 632-020-0117 - Spacing Plan
  22. § 632-020-0120 - Production Reports
  23. § 632-020-0125 - Proper Completion, Plugging, and Decommissioning
  24. § 632-020-0130 - Subsequent Decommissioning Report
  25. § 632-020-0134 - Naming of Fields
  26. § 632-020-0135 - Well Spacing
  27. § 632-020-0138 - Unit Agreements
  28. § 632-020-0140 - Commingling Production
  29. § 632-020-0145 - Pits or Sumps
  30. § 632-020-0150 - Disposal of Solid and Liquid Wastes
  31. § 632-020-0151 - Handling of Test Fluids
  32. § 632-020-0154 - Injection and Conservation
  33. § 632-020-0155 - Application to Inject
  34. § 632-020-0156 - Permit for Injection
  35. § 632-020-0157 - Injection Well Construction, Protection and Mechanical Integrity
  36. § 632-020-0158 - Wellhead Equipment, Injection Wells
  37. § 632-020-0159 - Monitoring Injection
  38. § 632-020-0165 - Judicial Review of Board Actions
  39. § 632-020-0170 - Environmental Protection
  40. § 632-020-0175 - Blowout Prevention for Geothermal Wells and Prospect Wells 2,000 Feet or More in Depth
  41. § 632-020-0180 - Blowout Prevention Rules for Prospect Wells Less than 2,000 Feet in Depth

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